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    Hunter College
   
 
  Dec 16, 2017
 
 
    
Undergraduate Catalog 2016-2017 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Section X: Course Descriptions


Numbering System Each course in the curriculum is defined by an alphabetical prefix and a 3-digit number. The 3-digit number indicates the level of study: 100- and 200-level courses are lower division; 300- and 400-level courses are upper division; 500-, 600- and 700- level courses are graduate courses.

When a W is added to the end of the course number, this means that the course will satisfy the Writing Requirement. However, not all sections of courses with a W meet the writing requirement. Refer to the schedule of classes to see which sections of the course are designated as W.

000-level course designation Developmental courses for ESL students; placement determined by testing of entering students.

100-level course designation Courses with no prerequisites, survey courses or courses defining basic concepts and presenting the terminology of a discipline.

200-level course designation Courses of intermediate college-level difficulty, courses with 100-level course(s) as prerequisite(s) or survey courses devoted to particular areas or fields within a discipline.

300-level course designation Courses of advanced college-level difficulty taken by majors and upper-division students; these are often considered to be courses in the major, offered for students clearly interested in and qualified in the subject.

400-level course designation Advanced upper-division courses and/or seminars, tutorials and honors courses for majors and upperdivision students.

Alphabetical Prefixes The following prefixes are used, preceding the 3-digit number, to designate the field of study. They are listed here alphabetically, with the department or program and field to which they pertain. Specific departments and programs appear alphabetically in the table of contents, the index and the HEGIS Code  section. 
 

 

Computer Science

   •  CSCI 49800 - Supervised Research
   •  CSCI 49900 - Advanced Applications: A Capstone for Majors

Dance: Creative Theory and Performance Courses

   •  DAN 22100 - Improvisation as a Creative Process I
   •  DAN 32100 - Composition I
   •  DAN 32400 - Production I
   •  DAN 42100 - Composition II
   •  DAN 42200 - Choreographic Projects
   •  DAN 42400 - Production II
   •  DAN 43200 - Repertory I
   •  DAN 43300 - Repertory II
   •  DAN 44000 - Lecture/Demonstration Touring Group

Dance: Technique Courses

A placement class or departmental permission is required for all students enrolling in dance technique courses, excepy for 100 level courses. This class is held either in the week before the start of each semester or in the first class session. (See Dance Program for date and procedure). Students who are registered but do not pass the audition will be asked to drop the course. Registered students who miss the placement class or the first day of class must notify the dance office before the first class session and may be asked to drop the course. Final placements and permission to continue in a given course are determined in the first class meeting for all technique courses.

 

   •  DAN 10100 - Fundamentals of Contemporary Dance Technique
   •  DAN 14500 - Fundamentals of Ballet
   •  DAN 15100 - Folk Forms of Dance I
   •  DAN 21000 - Contemporary Dance Technique I
   •  DAN 22000 - Contemporary Dance Technique II
   •  DAN 24500 - Ballet I
   •  DAN 25100 - Folk Forms of Dance II
   •  DAN 25200 - Special Topics: Traditional Dance I
   •  DAN 31000 - Contemporary Dance Technique III
   •  DAN 32000 - Contemporary Dance Technique IV
   •  DAN 34500 - Ballet II
   •  DAN 35200 - Special Topics: Traditional Dance II
   •  DAN 44500 - Ballet III

Dance: Theoretical and Scientific Aspects of Dance Courses

   •  DAN 10200 - Dance, Dancers and the Audience
   •  DAN 21300 - Basic Musicianship for Dancers
   •  DAN 23200 - 20th-Century Dance History
   •  DAN 35000 - Anatomy and Kinesiology for Dancers
   •  DAN 46100 - Seminar in Dance
   •  DAN 48000 - Independent Study in Dance
   •  DAN 49000 - Honors in Dance
   •  DAN 49800 - Internship

Economics: Introductory Course

   •  ECO 10000 - Introduction to Economics

Economics: 200-Level Core Courses

   •  ECO 20000 - Principles of Microeconomics
   •  ECO 20100 - Principles of Macroeconomics
   •  ECO 22000 - Techniques of Economic Analysis
   •  ECO 22100 - Economic Statistics

Economics: 200-Level Elective Courses

   •  ECO 21000 - Money and Banking
   •  ECO 23300 - Economics of the Media
   •  ECO 26000 - Business Organization and Management
   •  ECO 29500 - Selected Topics in Economics

Economics: 300 and 400 Level Advanced and Elective Courses

   •  ECO 30000 - Intermediate Microeconomics
   •  ECO 30100 - Intermediate Macroeconomics
   •  ECO 31000 - Financial Institutions
   •  ECO 31500 - Public Finance
   •  ECO 32100 - Introduction to Econometrics
   •  ECO 33000 - Economic Development
   •  ECO 33700 - Mathematical Foundations of Economics
   •  ECO 33900 - Strategies and Games in Economics
   •  ECO 34000 - International Trade
   •  ECO 34100 - International Finance
   •  ECO 34500 - Women and Men in the Labor Market
   •  ECO 35000 - Comparative Economic Systems
   •  ECO 35500 - Business Strategy & Industrial Organization
   •  ECO 35600 - Business and Public Policy
   •  ECO 36000 - Managerial Economics
   •  ECO 36500 - Corporate Finance
   •  ECO 36600 - Security and Investment Analysis
   •  ECO 37000 - Law and Economics
   •  ECO 39000 - Independent Study in Economics
   •  ECO 39500 - Selected Topics in Economics
   •  ECO 42600 - Computer Applications in Economics
   •  ECO 49500 - Selected Topics in Economics
   •  ECO 49600 - Honors Seminar in Economics
   •  ECO 49800 - Internship in Economics of Accounting
   •  ECO 49900 - Honors Project

Economics: Accounting and Business Law

   •  ACC 22500 - Survey of Accounting
   •  ACC 23000 - Essentials of Business Law
   •  ACC 27100 - Accounting I
   •  ACC 27200 - Accounting II
   •  ACC 28000 - Business Law I
   •  ACC 36700 - Analysis of Financial Statements
   •  ACC 37100 - Intermediate Accounting I
   •  ACC 37200 - Intermediate Accounting II
   •  ACC 37300 - Federal Income Taxation
   •  ACC 37400 - Managerial Accounting (Cost Accounting)
   •  ACC 38000 - Business Law II
   •  ACC 47100 - Advanced Accounting I
   •  ACC 47200 - Advanced Accounting II
   •  ACC 47300 - Business Taxes
   •  ACC 47500 - Auditing
   •  ACC 47600 - Computer Accounting Systems
   •  ACC 48000 - Business Law III
   •  ACC 49000 - Accounting & Auditing Research

Economics: Courses Less Frequently Offered

   •  ECO 30500 - Development of Economic Thought
   •  ECO 33100 - Economic History
   •  ECO 33600 - Regional Economics
   •  ECO 34600 - The Labor Movement
   •  ECO 35200 - Economics of the Caribbean
   •  ECO 42100 - Econometrics

Education: Adolescent

   •  SEDC 21000 - Building the Foundations of Literacy in Grades 7-12
   •  SEDC 21100 - Young Adult Literature in Our Diverse Society
   •  SEDC 21200 - Methods I: Foundations of Literacy, Language and Learning in the Foreign/Heritage Language Classroom, Grades 7-12
   •  SEDC 21300 - Methods I: Classroom Organization, Management and Instruction in Mathematics and Science, Grades 7-12
   •  SEDC 21500 - Methods I: Classroom Organization, Management, and Instruction in Social Studies, Grades 7-12
   •  SEDC 22000 - Adolescent Health and Safety
   •  SEDC 32100 - Teaching English Methods to a Diverse Population in Grades 7-12
   •  SEDC 32200 - Methods II: Instructional Planning for Literacy, Language, and Learning in the Foreign/Heritage Language Classroom, Grades 7-12
   •  SEDC 32300 - Methods II: Teaching Diverse Learners in Mathematics, Grades 7-12
   •  SEDC 32400 - Methods II: Teaching Diverse Learners Science, Grades 7-12
 

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